Hunting in Poland
Many of our Finnish clients travel with us to Poland every year, and we have built very strong relationships with the local outfitters and know the best areas to hunt local game species.
Every spring a large group of hunters head to Polish field areas to hunt the roebuck. In the best areas the numbers can be very high and during 3 hunting days we expect every hunter to shoot not less than 3 bucks. The other time to hunt for the roebuck is during the rut season in early august, then the bucks are moving a lot after the does and can be called with a special whistle.
September is the season for the Red deer stag hunting. The Red deer population is very high in Poland and when the area is well selected one can expect to shoot
excellent trophies! The rut itself is a truly dramatic display of nature and is highly recommended for any hunter to experience.
From October to December is the driven hunting season when big parties of hunters go after wild boar. In Poland the driven hunting is much more fast paced than in other European countries and during the day you can expect to have close to 10 drives from which you can shoot, red deer, wildboar, roe deer and fallow deer.
During the winter months, you can hunt mouflon rams in some selected areas.